On Friday at dawn, Israeli soldiers invaded the West Bank districts of Hebron and Bethlehem, and broke into and searched several homes and kidnapped three residents before taking them to unknown destinations.The army invaded Beit Ummar town, near the southern West Bank city of Hebron, and al-Arroub refugee camp, north of the city, and kidnapped two youths after breaking into their homes.
The two were identified as Abdullah Mohammad Abu Maria, 17, from al-Arroub, and Hasan Abdul-Karim at-Teety, 18, from Beit Ummar.
Soldiers also invaded the nearby towns of Doura and Bani Neim, and drove around in residential neighborhoods for several hours; no arrests were made.
In Bethlehem district, soldiers kidnapped Jihad Mohammad Zawahra, 22, after stopping him at a roadblock, southwest of Bethlehem. Zawahra is from Al-Ma’sara village, south of Bethlehem.
Soldiers also invaded Husan town, near Bethlehem, and broke into the home of Ahmad Ramadan Za’loul, 22.
The latest invasions and arrests are part of ongoing Israeli military violations against the residents and their property in the occupied Palestinians territories.
In related news, Israeli sources reported that Palestinian youths hurled, on Thursday at night, three Molotov cocktails at Israeli military jeeps invading Sinjil village, near the central West Bank city of Ramallah. Israeli media sources reported that the army invaded the village to kidnap a resident.